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Easy Greek Tzatziki Dip & ‘The Red Fizz’ Cocktail

 Tzatziki is traditionally used as a sauce in Greek Cuisine, but I find that it makes for an awesome ‘dip’ too, especially for summer because it’s got cucumber that’s so cooling. It’s perhaps one of the easiest homemade / DIY recipes that’s super healthy too! Of course, the humble dill is the hero of this Tzatziki. Here, it’s paired with an awesome cocktail made with Johnnie Walker Red Label – The Red Fizz! These are the sort of recipes you want on hand to feed a crowd, but are really easy and effortless for entertaining at home.

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Berry Blast Smoothie

The concept of Spring or Autumn is one that I only learned when I travelled abroad for the first time – a trip to Europe during ‘Spring Break’. I landed in Paris, from the sultry heat of Mumbai, and suddenly, I was praying for the day temperature to cross 10 degrees Celsius! Parisians, of course, ha

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Baked Samosas for Diwali & Blogger Awards

An easy way to make Indian samosas is to use filo pastry or phyllo pastry sheets. Baking, instead of frying them, will save you tons of time in the kitchen. Take a pick of your favourite chutney – mint or tamarind, to pair these with!

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Apricot Tart (No-bake; made with a nut crust)

As much as I love a butter-y, flaky tart crust, there are times when I dial things down to make a version of tart where the crust is made of nuts, is sweetened with dates and the fruits shine with just a drizzle of maple syrup. I’ve used apricots here, but feel free to use peaches, nectarines, mangoes, plums or any stone fruit of your choice!

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Cardamom Spiced Mango Milkshake

A thick and creamy Mango Milkshake, where surprisingly, you don’t need to add any ice cream, a frozen banana is our secret ingredient instead! There’s nothing to beat fresh mangoes in summer in India, and a dash of cardamom that enhances the flavour of mangoes.

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